The TFL Foundation provides a $2500 award to students interested in environmental conservation. The TFL Foundation aims that these awards will help ensure the development of future leaders in the fields of environmental conservation and preservation.
Below is the information about the TFL Foundation Conservation Award, including an overview, eligibility, and application and selection process.
The TFL Foundation Conservation Award
The TFL Foundation will provide a $2500 award to 1 student every year.
The deadline for application is September 30. The award winner will be announced in October.
Awards are directly sent to the college or university the student is attending. The award can be used for tuition, living expenses, or direct educational expenses.
The award is open to all students enrolled in a part-time or full-time program in the US, regardless of their field of education.
The applicant must be attending an accredited university, college, technical, vocational, or certificate program.
The applicant must be a U.S. Citizen and a Permanent Resident and at least 18 years of age.
Applications must be submitted using the Application Submission Form.
The application must include an essay explaining: the relationship of your educational goals to environmental conservation. The essay must not be more than 1500 words.
The deadline for application is September 30.
There are no charges or fees of any kind for the applicants to apply for the award.
Selection and Notification
The TFL Foundation will select the award winners on the basis of the quality and content of the student’s essay. The decision of the TFL Foundation will be final.
The award winner will be announced in October.
Check for the $2500 award will be sent directly to your college or university.
The award is void in any jurisdiction where prohibited by law.
Rest assured, the information submitted by students will not be shared with any third party.